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Re: OpenBSD as SDSL router replacement?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: OpenBSD as SDSL router replacement?
- From: Jens Ropers <ropers_(_at_)_ropersonline_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 13:27:25 +0100
On 11 Feb 2005, at 10:55, Dimitri Georganas wrote:
> http://www.buytelco.net/networkApplications.asp?ID=914 seems to give us
> a better overview.
Again I'm grateful for the extra knowledge/link.
I do however have the following quibbles with that page:
- To write, under ADSL: "a small portion of the downstream bandwidth
can be devoted to voice, rather than data, so you can make phone calls
without having to use another separate line" -- that, I believe, is
curiously put and vague to the point of being inaccurate. The fact that
the POTS/voice signals and the data signals are carried at different
frequencies doesn't get mentioned at all.
- I have more confidence in the ITU description of SDSL Siegbert sent
earlier. This one seems to fall short in comparison.
Thanks and regards,
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